Maximizer Plus Mineral 10 LB
Real World’s Maximizer Plus Deer Mineral is exactly the same as our Maximizer but it also includes Real Worlds exclusive Expect Healthy Deer Technology®. To learn more about this game-changing revolution in whitetail management, (click here).
Maximizer deer mineral was developed after more than 20 years of extensive research with both captive whitetails as well as wild deer. Unlike other salt-dominated products which offer very little nutritional benefit to deer, Maximizer Deer Mineral is specifically formulated with over 20 micro and macro-nutrients; many in precise proportion to each other.
The specific nutrient formulation found in Maximizer has been directly responsible for the growth of numerous captive bucks scoring more than 300” and countless bucks scoring more than 200” at just two years old.
Big Buck Grown using Maximizer Supplements.
These captive whitetail bucks are both just three years old and are part of one of the research herds utilized in the development and testing of Maximizer Deer Mineral. They have been fed Maximizer Deer Mineral since they were fawns. Captive deer breeders do not use mineral rocks or high salt blends to grow giant racks on their bucks. Instead, they use scientifically formulated mineral blends. Many of them are now using Maximizer as the mineral source for their captive herds. If you want to maximize the genetic potential of the bucks on your hunting property, shouldn’t you be feeding Maximizer?
By providing the deer on your property with adequate year-round access to Maximizer Deer Mineral, you are giving the bucks the very best opportunity to develop antlers to their full genetic potential while also helping the does raise vigorous healthy fawns.
Most deer mineral products on the market WILL attract deer. The difference with Real World Maximizer Mineral is that it can also help support your deer herd’s health, antler growth and fawn production while also drawing them in for your trail camera. Why settle for JUST an attractant when you can support antler growth, fawn production and herd health at the same time?